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Reliance Infocomm launches five Nokia CDMA handsets

* Two camera handsets with FM radio for the first time

* Speaker phone facility on all models

* Changeable covers on all models

DAKC (Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City), Navi Mumbai, January 06, 2005

Reliance Infocomm, India's largest mobile service provider along with Nokia, the Global leader in mobile handsets has launched five exciting CDMA models across the country. All the five models double up as modems to access the Internet with the R Connect cable accessory.

With the launch of these models the total handset offering from Reliance is now close to 25. The Nokia CDMA range will span across the entry level to the premium segment of the market.

These handsets can be provisioned with a Reliance Get Started Card to be purchased separately with a choice of mobile number. Existing subscribers can retain their mobile number and upgrade effortlessly to these great models using the Reliance - Handset Change Card.

"This major offering from Nokia on the Reliance network unfolds a new chapter in the CDMA market. It definitely brings excitement into the existing range of handsets. The Reliance offering has now become formidable with the addition of these five models to offer an increased choice to our ever increasing Reliance subscriber family" , says Praveen Pasricha, President Sales and Marketing, Reliance Infocomm.

The entry-level phone is the black and white Nokia 2112, priced around Rs. 5000/-. This lightweight phone (85 gms) boasts of built in flashlight, Picture messaging, R-world and R-Connect facility.

At the Mid-End are two colour screen phones. Nokia 6012, priced at around Rs. 5,400/-, which is a sturdy phone with a facility to send Group SMS, Voice Dialling and R-Connect. Nokia 3105, priced around Rs. 6,500/- has a unique night glow facility and a provision for attaching a fun camera, in addition to R-World and R-Connect.

At the premium end are two great colour phones, the personalized Nokia 3205 priced around Rs9,500 and the stunning Nokia 6225 priced around Rs10,000. Both these phones come with an FM Radio, Built in VGA Camera, Infrared connectivity and 500 phone book memory. The Infrared connectivity allows the user to synchronise data with one's laptop, sharing of graphics, photos, ring tones and other contacts with other Nokia phones.

Reliance Infocomm Ltd., a Reliance group company, is India's largest mobile service provider with over 9 million customers. Reliance Infocomm has established a pan-India, high-capacity, integrated (wireless and wire line) and convergent (voice, data and video) digital network, to offer services spanning the entire Infocomm value chain - infrastructure, services for enterprises and individuals, applications and consulting. The Reliance Group, founded by Shri Dhirubhai H. Ambani (1932-2002), is India's largest business house with total revenues of over Rs 99,000 crore (US$ 22.6 billion), cash profit of Rs 12,500 crore (US$ 2.8 billion), net profit of Rs 6,200 crore (US$ 1.4 billion) and exports of Rs 15,900 crore (US$ 3.6 billion).

source Relianceinfo.com

Edited by Chirag

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but buddy, on nokia r-world isnt available in full version

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MUMBAI: Reliance Infocomm has launched five CDMA models across the country. All the newly launched models double up as modems to access the Internet with the R Connect cable accessory. These handsets can be provisioned with a Reliance Get Started Card to be purchased separately with a choice of mobile number. Existing subscribers can retain their mobile number and upgrade effortlessly to these great models using the Reliance - Handset Change Card.

The entry-level phone is the black and white Nokia 2112, priced around Rs 5000. This phone weighs 85 gms and features built in flashlight, picture messaging, R-world and R-Connect facility.

At the Mid-End are two color screen phones. Nokia 6012, priced at around Rs 5,400 with a facility to send group SMS, voice dialing and R-Connect. Nokia 3105, priced around Rs 6,500 features night-glow facility and a provision for attaching a fun camera, in addition to R-World and R-Connect.

At the premium end are two color phones, the personalized Nokia 3205 priced around Rs 9,500 and the Nokia 6225 priced around Rs10,000. Both these phones come with an FM Radio, built in VGA camera, Infrared connectivity and 500 phone book memory. The Infrared connectivity allows the user to synchronize data with one's laptop, sharing of graphics, photos, ring tones and other contacts with other Nokia phones.

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There is another model Nokia 6585 launched too as per Ad in TOI. It looks like a variant of 6225. Check out.

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yeah it is in the ad in HT as well, but then 6012 is not shown in that ad.

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The 2112 is priced too steeply. Why would any1 buy the 2112 when they can buy a colour phone by paying a few hundred extra?

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Anyone checked 6585 model ?

I checked Nokia site and feature wise it looks much better than 6012 or 3105. Mainly Infrared connectivity (PC Suite), 500 contacts and FM Radio and all legendary user friendly Nokia features.

Looks like this is CDMA equivalent of 6610 plus voice dialing. I would prefer this over camera phones any time.

Anyone has info on pricing ? If it's around 7500/- this should be better buy.

Regards

UD

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any idea when is 6255 being launched

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any idea when is 6255 being launched

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I mailed Nokia customer care and following is the reply I got:

"Dear Mr. Tanna,

Thank you for your email to Nokia Care.

With reference to your enquiry about the launch of Nokia 6255, kindly note that this phone is not yet launched in India. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide exact dates of release or availability information of this model, as the releases and availability dates are market dependant.

Please feel free to write back to us for further assistance.

Thank you for your continuous support.

Please help us improve our services by simply clicking on the following

link: http://asknokia.survey.nokia-asia.com

Warm Regards,

Umesh B.M.

Nokia Care India"

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I think all or Some models are too costlier than the market price.

For Ex. Tata Indicom give the some phones which the above models at lower than Reliance. :angry:

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